Monthly Archives: May 2017

What’s Past is Prologue¬†

“What’s past is prologue” is an old phrase now in vogue. Overused, and often truncated, it has moved from the venerable Shakespearean reflection on a man’s perceived destiny into the realm of vernacular I deem too commonly used to be … Continue reading

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Physical

I sat looking at me.  My beard has grown a little, but not enough to disguise the straight and square jawline. A short cropped top beaded, sweat glistened at the tips of grey and bronze.  Around my moustache and chin, … Continue reading

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Complicity

Complicity. The word rings uncomfortably.  A vice of inaction for those able to act. An abdication of a duty, a dereliction of all that is inherent in a position of ability. It isn’t an action, but creates collateral actions and … Continue reading

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More

More days just like today. More friends like the handful I keep close, and the score I keep a bit farther out. More time to spend in these pursuits that have earned my time. More returns, deserved or not. More … Continue reading

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